outstanding teaching, service
California State University, Sacramento has named its 2002-03 Outstanding
Teaching and Outstanding Service Award recipients. They will be
honored at 3 p.m., Thursday, May 8 in a ceremony and reception in
the University Union Redwood Room.
The awards recognize faculty excellence in teaching and service
to the campus community.
The Outstanding Teaching Awards Program affirms the University’s
commitment to quality teaching mission. It is given each year to
one professor in each of the seven Colleges. This year’s recipients
College of Arts and Letters: Virginia Kidd, communication studies
College of Business Administration: Ralph Pope, management
College of Education: Sherrie Carinci, teacher education
College of Engineering and Computer Science: James Bergquam, mechanical
College of Health and Human Services: Francis Yuen, social work
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Sukhbir Mahajan,
physics and astronomy
College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies: Amy
Qiaoming Liu, sociology.
Outstanding Service Awards Program honors outstanding contributions
and leadership to the University. This year’s recipients are:
event, all award recipients will be presented with a plaque and each
will be acknowledged on plaques displayed in the office of the dean
of each college.
College of Arts and Letters: Amy Heckathorn, English
College of Business Administration: Chiang Wang, management
College of Education: Jan Cross, teacher education
College of Engineering and Computer Science: Jean-Pierre Bayard,
electrical and electronic engineering
College of Health and Human Services: Fred Baldini, kinesiology
and health science
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Laurel Heffernan,
College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies: John
Non-instructional Faculty: Randolph Solario, intercollegiate athletics.
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